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The former Corrib Haven B&B on Upper Newcastle Road has been bought by the Galway City Council and will be converted into a family hub accommodation for 12 homeless families.
Galway Simon Community is calling on the people of Galway to show solidarity with those experiencing or at risk of homelessness by sleeping out on Friday October 5.
As of our most recent City Council Housing Report there are 210 persons in emergency accommodation in the city. This number includes 41 families and 152 children. This number increases from year to year and the City Housing Department, in reply to my question about the projected cost of next years homeless budget, have confirmed they are seeking more funding due to increasing numbers presenting as homeless. The crisis in Housing is getting worse not better and it is a failure of government to put the resources in place and a failure of our local authority to fully implement plans.
Homelessness in Galway is at crisis stage with the emergency shelters run by Galway Simon and COPE at breaking point, the head of Galway Simon said this week.
Sherry FitzGerald is offering No 69 Gort na Coiribe to the market for sale by private treaty.
John Quinn & Co is offering a superb selection of properties – all of which will be available for open viewing this weekend.
The issue of homeless presentations continues to grow for Mayo County Council with all 10 of the council's emergency accommodation units currently full.
The housing crisis in Galway city is worsening with 17 new families joining the homeless list in the city over the past eight weeks.
Sherry Fitzgerald is offering No 66 Caiseal Cam to the market for sale by private treaty. This is a truly impressive three bedroom duplex townhouse. Caiseal Cam is a quality housing development built by O'Malley Construction and maintained to a high standard with large communal gardens throughout.
The annual COPE Galway Business Leader’s Sleepout has raised over €155,000 for COPE Galway’s Homeless Services. Twenty-eight Galway business leaders came together to raise these funds by sleeping out on Shop Street for 12 hours on December 1.